OPD. NGATN an EANGTN host annual professional development for Junior Officer and Enlisted Guard Members in their respective Associations. Nominees are selected for their performance and potential to positively impact the Tennessee National Guard. Interested in attending? Notify your Unit NGATN or EANGTN representative and get your Government Travel Card ready!
2016 NGAUS FELLOWS PROGRAM
The National Guard Association of the United States (NGAUS) Fellows Program is designed to bring Army and Air National Guard Lieutenants, Captains and Warrant Officers (in the grade of WO1 and/or CW2) to the Headquarters of the NGAUS for a period of one year. The intent of this program is to help develop practical experience in the fundamentals of interaction between the U.S. Congress and the agencies that affect the National Guard in both state and federal missions. The program is a twelve month paid fellowship located at the NGAUS headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Each NGAUS Fellow is encouraged and expected to return to their home state with skills and professional knowledge that will promote leadership and encourage other National Guard junior officers to become advocates for the National Guard through engagement in governmental affairs at the local, state and federal level.
Want to learn more? Interested in applying? Download the official Call for Fellowship and Application Requirements. DEADLINE: COB 14 OCT 2016.
NGAUS 2016 COMPANY GRADE MIXER
Mingle with Company Grades and Warrant Officers from all 50 States and U.S. Territories at the 2016 NGAUS Company Grade Mixer! The Event will be hosted in the Power Plant Live/Inner Harbor District in Baltimore and the night will be full of food, drinks, entertainment, and fun for all! For more information, visit the NGAUS website. See you there Saturday, 10 September around 1800!
TNNG PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRIP 2016
MG Max Haston, NGATN, and EANGTN will be hosting the annual Professional Development Trip to Washington, DC and Gettysburg, PA 25-29 September 2016 (Sunday-Thursday). Tentative events include visiting the National Guard Bureau, Arlington National Cemetery, Gettysburg National Battlefield, and more. Suspense for nominations is 15 June 2016.
PICTURES FROM PREVIOUS OPD
OPD Trip 2011: Click here to see pictures
Updated by 1LT Katie Lawrence 16 AUG 16